Self Help / Neighboring / Mutual Aid

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The Self Help Alliance, The Volunteer Centre UK
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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Olympic Publishing Company
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Foundation News, July/August 1988
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Adapted from "The Time Dollar", a report prepared for the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations
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American Self-Help Clearinghouse
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VOLUNTEER: The National Center for Citizen Involvement
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Yellowfire Press, Boulder, CO
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Volunteer Administration
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Voluntary Action Leadership, Summer 1980
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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The Seventh International Conference of Social Work
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National Project for Self-Help Groups, Summer 1991
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Voluntary Action Leadership, Winter 1977
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Institute for the Study of Civic Values
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New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse, St. Clare's Community Mental Health Center, Denville, NJ
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WISH (Women-In-Self-Help), Westchester, Inc., White Plains, NY
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Health Progress, April 1986
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Mental Health Association of Forsyth County, Winston-Salem, NC
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From the preface: The authors of this book are social scientists with practical and tested strategies for rebuilding collaborative communities. An important feature of this book is that the authors are not prescriptive-they don't tell you what should be done; they are descriptive - they tell you what has been done that you can draw on. They are reporting on their own action research, done while serving as consultants to eighty-eight communities. From this rich experience they are able to portray a variety of strategies adaptable to a variety of situations.

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University of California Extension
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Journal of Volunteer Administration
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Volunteer Administration, Association for Volunteer Administration, Volume XI Number 4
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